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sbl
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Hi,

We have the WLC1115 eval-board and we want to use it on our project. So, we want to clarify some points:
- We want to check the communication between the TX and RX, Is there a signal that can be measured to see the FSK and ASK data?
- Is it possible to debug the code on the Eval-board? If yes, how?
- We don't have access to the full source code, how can I test the communication from TX  to Rx (FSK)

Regards,

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Kanahaiya_K
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Hello @sbl ,

To check the communication between the Receiver and the Transmitter , the ASK signal can be analyzed. You can check the ASK signal at the test point ASK_OUT and OPAMP_GAIN .Please refer to the Test report of the reference board REFWLCTX15WC1 for more details. The communication between the Transmitter and Receiver can be checked by the FSK signal. The FSK signal modulates the operating frequency of the  power signal .So, you can check the PWM_OUT test point to get the FSK data. You can get he FSK data through the debug log also, please refer to the section 4.3  of the  REF_WLC_TX15W_C1 user guide for capturing the debug log details.

Yes, it is possible to debug the code on this Evaluation board. It can be done with the help of  Modus Toolbox ansd SWD programmer.

Before proceeding to the steps ,download the Modus tool box version 3.0 .
You can refer to the attached link for the installation of MTB.

https://www.infineon.com/dgdlac/Infineon-Infineon-ModusToolbox_3_0_Installation_Guide-GettingStarte...

Please follow the below mentioned steps to setup the development environment
1.Open the MTB.
2.Create the workspace.
3.Click on the New application.
4. Select Wireless charging BSPs
5. Under Wireless charging BSPs,select the WLC1115-68LQXQ.
6. Click Next and go to the peripheral tabs and check the WLC1 EPP Power Transmitter.
7. Click on create to complete the setup environment.

Note:- Check README.md file for hardware setup, software setup, operation, design & Implementation etc. The Source for the Qi stack is available only with NDA

Regards,
Kanahaiya


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Kanahaiya_K
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Hello @sbl ,

To check the communication between the Receiver and the Transmitter , the ASK signal can be analyzed. You can check the ASK signal at the test point ASK_OUT and OPAMP_GAIN .Please refer to the Test report of the reference board REFWLCTX15WC1 for more details. The communication between the Transmitter and Receiver can be checked by the FSK signal. The FSK signal modulates the operating frequency of the  power signal .So, you can check the PWM_OUT test point to get the FSK data. You can get he FSK data through the debug log also, please refer to the section 4.3  of the  REF_WLC_TX15W_C1 user guide for capturing the debug log details.

Yes, it is possible to debug the code on this Evaluation board. It can be done with the help of  Modus Toolbox ansd SWD programmer.

Before proceeding to the steps ,download the Modus tool box version 3.0 .
You can refer to the attached link for the installation of MTB.

https://www.infineon.com/dgdlac/Infineon-Infineon-ModusToolbox_3_0_Installation_Guide-GettingStarte...

Please follow the below mentioned steps to setup the development environment
1.Open the MTB.
2.Create the workspace.
3.Click on the New application.
4. Select Wireless charging BSPs
5. Under Wireless charging BSPs,select the WLC1115-68LQXQ.
6. Click Next and go to the peripheral tabs and check the WLC1 EPP Power Transmitter.
7. Click on create to complete the setup environment.

Note:- Check README.md file for hardware setup, software setup, operation, design & Implementation etc. The Source for the Qi stack is available only with NDA

Regards,
Kanahaiya


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